In small groups, discuss your own personal opinion on this point of view. Try to justify your perspective with supporting examples.
You are going to research and then hold a debate on this motion in the following format:
- 30 minutes - Research in two teams
- 20 minutes - Each proposition and opposition speaker will deliver their argument, alternating between the two (maximum time per speaker = 2 minutes)
- 10 minutes - Open floor, where the judge may ask questions and the speakers may challenge each other
- 2 minutes - One proposition and one opposition speaker will summarise the arguments (1 minute each)
- 2 minutes - Judge to announce the winner and highlight particularly outstanding speakers and arguments made
Below are some links to tests/podcasts/articles that may be useful or interesting in your research or on a wider level. Be strategic about how you read and then use these, as well as other articles/research you can find online, in order to support your arguments.
- Diversity is for white people: The big lie behind a well-intended word
- TV Diversity: why we can learn lessons from the film sector
- Diversity is required to make a company strong, but unity is required to make a company successful
- Why diversity programs fail
- Analysis: Gentrification (2:44 – 6:22)
- Project Implicit – Implicit Bias Tests
- Is diversity good or bad for community cohesion?
- A Disease Called Uniformity
- Arguments for and against Catalonia independence + Catalonia independence declaration signed and suspended
- Does globalisation mean we will become one culture?
- How do you solve the trickiest problems in the workplace? Employ more autistic people